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  • Ursula Duncan Board
    Ursula Duncan Board • 3 years ago

    I love this! I saw a pic of one of these on Joy's Hope blog and fell in love! It turned out to be a quilt from Target!! But it was long since sold out, so I started making my own. I am in the midst of handquilting mine (with the same big running stitch), can't wait til it's finished!!!

  • Amy Dunn
    Amy Dunn • 3 years ago

    It's so cheery and fun!!! I'd love to make one too and the hand quilting is fantastic. I'm sure yours is awesome! :)

  • Ursula Duncan Board
    Ursula Duncan Board • 3 years ago

    You should! It's very easy. The best part for me is that the back has ended up so striking! I used kona charcoal (and pieced in one strip of rainbow colors) and that made the rainbow colored quilting show up so well on the back! Now I am not sure if the back or the front is my favorite. So much better than if I had gotten it at target (even though I was originally eating my heart out when i heard the blogger had gotten hers at an incredible sale price). It will make the perfect picnic blanket, I think.

  • Amy Dunn
    Amy Dunn • 3 years ago

    Oh I'll bet!!! That sounds so cool!

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